#MondayMotivation: It's time to reimagine your 'happily ever after' with these Disney inspired trends

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We used to wear the faces of our favourite Disney characters on our chests all the time as youngins, but growing up dictated a different style trajectory for us, meaning we had to ditch Minnie for minis. 

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But what if I told you that you can incorporate elements of your childhood wardrobe and toy collection into your adult life again?

As the saying goes, "a trust measure of maturity is the ability to act childish." So take a page out of your favourite Disney story and do as designer labels such as Gucci and Moschino already have.

According to Business of Fashion, "Disney employs an extensive network of marketing magicians to dream up new tactics to keep the brand culturally relevant. Among the most effective: connecting content and commerce through emotional threads, open-sourcing characters, inclusivity, gamifying the brand experience, and using social media as a magic mirror." 

This probably explains why Disney memorabilia is all the rage right now, as street stylistas have been spotted donning the trend:

Mickey Mouse Tee

Mickey's got your back
Disney denim

Try the Peter Pan collar if you prefer a more subtle approach to Disney trends.

Giambattista Valli

Reimagine Pocahontas' signature dress in a fringed suede jacket.

Tassels in the wind
The Guccification of Pocahontas

Or take your Dalmatian (dress) for a walk.

Polka dots like a Dalmation

Why not get a mermaid wig from Nubia Silver Hair, inspired by beauty trends 'Under the Sea'?

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So, are you ready to paint your wardrobe with all the colours of the wind?

We are, and we have our eyes on this H&M x Moschino tee, R529 at H&M.

HM x Moschino, R529


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